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Sep 16, 2012 9:00am EDT
done. >> it was on my mind. >> according to the wall street analysis of the f.b.i.'s crime report, baltimore is the ninth most dangerous city in the u.s. you selected a new police commissioner. how will he change that? >> he has a strong reputation in long beach and oakland of dramatically reducing crime. he believes we not only have to target our most violent offenders but we have to engage the community. when i was planning to choose the commissioner, i had interviews with 40 different community leaders from across the city and they were all begging to be more engaged in the crime fight and that's what the commissioner believes in, community andthe using them as partners. >> let me ask you this, what you hear from people and the rank and file that why do you need to go outside of baltimore? there's plenty of home grown talent. >> we have great talent in baltimore but i'm committed to making sure we bring the best we can find in every area and i think in baltimore sometimes we think you can only get good people from inside the the city limits but i don't believe that. i believe y
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